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We were gifted the feature item in exchange for coverage. Our daughter Daisy, 2.5 years-old absolutely LOVES Peppa Pig! Daisy has lots of Peppa Pig toys and products in our home and her *Peppa Pig figurines are her absolute favourite. She spends hours every day singing to them, playing games and taking them on adventures in her *Peppa Pig Plane and *Peppa Pig helicopter. Now we’ve got something new to show you – a Count With Peppa Interactive Money Box.
What is the Count With Peppa Interactive Money Box?
This is a money box that comes complete with plastic coins that can slot into the front of Peppa. Peppa recognises which of the coins have been inserted into the money box and responds accordingly.
Inserting each of the coins is easy for little hands. This makes this a great toy to play together with. There are 10 coins, numbered from 1 to 10. Each of the coins is coloured and has a character from Peppa Pig on the front.
There are three songs that you can play and a special colours mode to help little ones learn about colours, numbers, counting and practising their listening skills.
The Count With Peppa Interactive Money Box is really sturdy. It sits comfortably on any surface and it is really simple to use. Daisy loves placing the coins inside and hearing Peppa talk back to her. Daisy already knows how to count to 10, and the colours on the coins, but it is great to help her practice. Also, I am beginning to teach Daisy about money, and I think this is the first step in learning more about coins.
My favourite feature of this toy is where you press one of the buttons on the front and Peppa asks you to find a coin with 2 items on it, and she lists the specific items on each of the coins.
Where can you buy the Count With Peppa Interactive Money Box?
I’m really pleased with the quality of the Count With Peppa Interactive Money Box. It is simple to use, chunky and sturdy, ideal for little hands and it is a genuinely useful toy. I love a toy with a purpose. This one is not only great for learning skills like counting and colour recognition, but also beginning to learn about coins and money.
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